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Back in the Day Bakery Made with Love: More than 100 Recipes and Make-It-Yourself Projects to Create and Share by [Cheryl Day, Griffith Day]

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Back in the Day Bakery Made with Love: More than 100 Recipes and Make-It-Yourself Projects to Create and Share Kindle Edition

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About the Author

Cheryl Day and Griffith Day are self-taught bakers who founded Back in the Day Bakery in Savannah, Georgia, in 2002. Their latest cookbook, Back in the Day Bakery Made with Love, is a national bestseller, and they were semi-finalists for the 2015 James Beard Foundation Award for Outstanding Baker. Cheryl honed her skills in her mother’s and grandmother’s kitchens, and her enthusiasm for enriching lives through the time-honored art of scratch baking is one of her most endearing qualities (along with a few dance moves she picked up in her days as a Soul Train dancer!). Griff’s interest in baking was piqued by the magical sourdough starter that his mother kept in the family kitchen when he was a child. He is a master of flavorful breads and creative savory dishes. Cheryl and Griff got married in their bakery, and the recipe for their wedding cake appears in their first cookbook, the New York Times bestseller The Back in the Day Bakery Cookbook.


  --This text refers to the hardcover edition.

Review

"New-fashioned twists on time-tested favorites, from cookies to crisps to cake. Tip: it's best read with a cold glass of milk." --"Country Living" "A winning blend of tasty recipes and easy crafts." --"Library Journal," starred review "This is a terrific sequel, and fans of Southern baking (not to mention baking in general) will want to add it to their collection." --"Publishers Weekly" "Back in the Day Bakery has been a monumental success in creating a wonderful community through scratch cooking. This book enables you to use that same sensibility at home to reconnect to Southern baking." --Hugh Acheson, chef and author of" A New Turn in the South" "Cheryl and Griff Day continue to share the love and homemade goodness in their second cookbook. If you thought it just couldn't get any better, you're in for a treat. Warning: Eat before reading!" --Carla Hall, cohost of "The Chew" and author of "Carla's Comfort Foods" "The Days' hearts shine through in each and every page of this book as they share their joy for helping people live a handmade life--their book is positively made with love." --Angie Dudley, blogger of Bakarella.com and author of "Cake Pops" "Cheryl and Griff Day's new book shows us how to fill everything we bake with the secret ingredient in all great food: love." --Grace Bonney, blogger and author of "Design*Sponge at Home" "There's a special sorcery Cheryl and Griff Day perform at Back in the Day Bakery, the Savannah landmark where butter and sugar, memory, and community come together to create a sense of enchantment and wicked fun. In "Made with Love," the Days finally reveal the secrets to their handmade pursuit of happiness, from the unfailingly practical--don't wash strawberries before freezing--to the alluringly whimsical: Let chandeliers made of marshmallows into your life, too!" --Matt Lee & Ted Lee, authors of "The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen" "Baking magic." --"Southern Living" "New-fashioned twists on time-tested favorites, from cookies to crisps to cake. Tip: it's best read with a cold glass of milk." --"Country Living" "A winning blend of tasty recipes and easy crafts." --"Library Journal," starred review "This is a terrific sequel, and fans of Southern baking (not to mention baking in general) will want to add it to their collection." --"Publishers Weekly" " 'Scratch-baked' delights. . . . Comforting love at first bite." --"BookPage" "Back in the Day Bakery has been a monumental success in creating a wonderful community through scratch cooking. This book enables you to use that same sensibility at home to reconnect to Southern baking." --Hugh Acheson, chef and author of" A New Turn in the South" "Cheryl and Griff Day continue to share the love and homemade goodness in their second cookbook. If you thought it just couldn't get any better, you're in for a treat. Warning: Eat before reading!" --Carla Hall, cohost of "The Chew" and author of "Carla's Comfort Foods" "The Days' hearts shine through in each and every page of this book as they share their joy for helping people live a handmade life--their book is positively made with love." --Angie Dudley, blogger of Bakerella.com and author of "Cake Pops" "Cheryl and Griff Day's new book shows us how to fill everything we bake with the secret ingredient in all great food: love." --Grace Bonney, blogger and author of "Design*Sponge at Home" "There's a special sorcery Cheryl and Griff Day perform at Back in the Day Bakery, the Savannah landmark where butter and sugar, memory, and community come together to create a sense of enchantment and wicked fun. In "Made with Love," the Days finally reveal the secrets to their handmade pursuit of happiness, from the unfailingly practical--don't wash strawberries before freezing--to the alluringly whimsical: Let chandeliers made of marshmallows into your life, too!" --Matt Lee & Ted Lee, authors of "The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen" "Baking magic." --"Southern Living" "Sensational, homey desserts." --"Food & Wine" "Fancy but friendly." --"Redbook" "New-fashioned twists on time-tested favorites, from cookies to crisps to cake. Tip: it's best read with a cold glass of milk." --"Country Living" "Fancy but friendly." --"Redbook" "A winning blend of tasty recipes and easy crafts." --"Library Journal," starred review "This is a terrific sequel, and fans of Southern baking (not to mention baking in general) will want to add it to their collection." --"Publishers Weekly" " 'Scratch-baked' delights. . . . Comforting love at first bite." --"BookPage" "Back in the Day Bakery has been a monumental success in creating a wonderful community through scratch cooking. This book enables you to use that same sensibility at home to reconnect to Southern baking." --Hugh Acheson, chef and author of" A New Turn in the South" "Cheryl and Griff Day continue to share the love and homemade goodness in their second cookbook. If you thought it just couldn't get any better, you're in for a treat. Warning: Eat before reading!" --Carla Hall, cohost of "The Chew" and author of "Carla's Comfort Foods" "The Days' hearts shine through in each and every page of this book as they share their joy for helping people live a handmade life--their book is positively made with love." --Angie Dudley, blogger of Bakerella.com and author of "Cake Pops" "Cheryl and Griff Day's new book shows us how to fill everything we bake with the secret ingredient in all great food: love." --Grace Bonney, blogger and author of "Design*Sponge at Home" "There's a special sorcery Cheryl and Griff Day perform at Back in the Day Bakery, the Savannah landmark where butter and sugar, memory, and community come together to create a sense of enchantment and wicked fun. In "Made with Love," the Days finally reveal the secrets to their handmade pursuit of happiness, from the unfailingly practical--don't wash strawberries before freezing--to the alluringly whimsical: Let chandeliers made of marshmallows into your life, too!" --Matt Lee & Ted Lee, authors of "The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen" Baking magic. "Southern Living" Sensational, homey desserts. "Food & Wine" Fancy but friendly. "Redbook" New-fashioned twists on time-tested favorites, from cookies to crisps to cake. Tip: it s best read with a cold glass of milk. "Country Living" Fancy but friendly. "Redbook" A winning blend of tasty recipes and easy crafts. "Library Journal," starred review This is a terrific sequel, and fans of Southern baking (not to mention baking in general) will want to add it to their collection. "Publishers Weekly" Scratch-baked delights. . . . Comforting love at first bite. "BookPage" Back in the Day Bakery has been a monumental success in creating a wonderful community through scratch cooking. This book enables you to use that same sensibility at home to reconnect to Southern baking. Hugh Acheson, chef and author of" A New Turn in the South" Cheryl and Griff Day continue to share the love and homemade goodness in their second cookbook. If you thought it just couldn t get any better, you re in for a treat. Warning: Eat before reading! Carla Hall, cohost of "The Chew" and author of "Carla s Comfort Foods" The Days hearts shine through in each and every page of this book as they share their joy for helping people live a handmade life their book is positively made with love. Angie Dudley, blogger of Bakerella.com and author of "Cake Pops" Cheryl and Griff Day s new book shows us how to fill everything we bake with the secret ingredient in all great food: love. Grace Bonney, blogger and author of "Design*Sponge at Home" "There's a special sorcery Cheryl and Griff Day perform at Back in the Day Bakery, the Savannah landmark where butter and sugar, memory, and community come together to create a sense of enchantment and wicked fun. In "Made with Love," the Days finally reveal the secrets to their handmade pursuit of happiness, from the unfailingly practical don't wash strawberries before freezing to the alluringly whimsical: Let chandeliers made of marshmallows into your life, too!" Matt Lee & Ted Lee, authors of "The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen"" "Baking magic." --Southern Living "Sensational, homey desserts." --Food & Wine "Fancy but friendly." --Redbook "New-fashioned twists on time-tested favorites, from cookies to crisps to cake. Tip: it's best read with a cold glass of milk." --Country Living "Fancy but friendly." --Redbook "A winning blend of tasty recipes and easy crafts." --Library Journal, starred review "This is a terrific sequel, and fans of Southern baking (not to mention baking in general) will want to add it to their collection." --Publishers Weekly " 'Scratch-baked' delights. . . . Comforting love at first bite." --BookPage "Back in the Day Bakery has been a monumental success in creating a wonderful community through scratch cooking. This book enables you to use that same sensibility at home to reconnect to Southern baking." --Hugh Acheson, chef and author of A New Turn in the South "Cheryl and Griff Day continue to share the love and homemade goodness in their second cookbook. If you thought it just couldn't get any better, you're in for a treat. Warning: Eat before reading!" --Carla Hall, cohost of The Chew and author of Carla's Comfort Foods "The Days' hearts shine through in each and every page of this book as they share their joy for helping people live a handmade life--their book is positively made with love." --Angie Dudley, blogger of Bakerella.com and author of Cake Pops "Cheryl and Griff Day's new book shows us how to fill everything we bake with the secret ingredient in all great food: love." --Grace Bonney, blogger and author of Design*Sponge at Home "There's a special sorcery Cheryl and Griff Day perform at Back in the Day Bakery, the Savannah landmark where butter and sugar, memory, and community come together to create a sense of enchantment and wicked fun. In Made with Love, the Days finally reveal the secrets to their handmade pursuit of happiness, from the unfailingly practical--don't wash strawberries before freezing--to the alluringly whimsical: Let chandeliers made of marshmallows into your life, too!" --Matt Lee & Ted Lee, authors of The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen Baking magic. Southern Living Sensational, homey desserts. Food & Wine Fancy but friendly. Redbook New-fashioned twists on time-tested favorites, from cookies to crisps to cake. Tip: it s best read with a cold glass of milk. Country Living Fancy but friendly. Redbook A winning blend of tasty recipes and easy crafts. Library Journal, starred review This is a terrific sequel, and fans of Southern baking (not to mention baking in general) will want to add it to their collection. Publishers Weekly Scratch-baked delights. . . . Comforting love at first bite. BookPage Back in the Day Bakery has been a monumental success in creating a wonderful community through scratch cooking. This book enables you to use that same sensibility at home to reconnect to Southern baking. Hugh Acheson, chef and author of A New Turn in the South Cheryl and Griff Day continue to share the love and homemade goodness in their second cookbook. If you thought it just couldn t get any better, you re in for a treat. Warning: Eat before reading! Carla Hall, cohost of The Chew and author of Carla s Comfort Foods The Days hearts shine through in each and every page of this book as they share their joy for helping people live a handmade life their book is positively made with love. Angie Dudley, blogger of Bakerella.com and author of Cake Pops Cheryl and Griff Day s new book shows us how to fill everything we bake with the secret ingredient in all great food: love. Grace Bonney, blogger and author of Design*Sponge at Home "There's a special sorcery Cheryl and Griff Day perform at Back in the Day Bakery, the Savannah landmark where butter and sugar, memory, and community come together to create a sense of enchantment and wicked fun. In Made with Love, the Days finally reveal the secrets to their handmade pursuit of happiness, from the unfailingly practical don't wash strawberries before freezing to the alluringly whimsical: Let chandeliers made of marshmallows into your life, too!" Matt Lee & Ted Lee, authors of The Lee Bros. Charleston Kitchen" --This text refers to the hardcover edition.

Product details

  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B00N2A6HL6
  • Publisher ‏ : ‎ Artisan (24 March 2015)
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 89458 KB
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 446 pages
  • Customer Reviews:
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